Thursday April 7 - Marine Mammals and Man in the Firth of Forth - Emily Hague, PHD Researcher. A fascinating look at the impact that human activity is having on whales, dolphins and seals within the Firth.
This spring we have a fantastic series of library events with our very popular evening talks running from April through to June, our continuing series of exhibitions and the return of the crafting workshops for children. Keep a look out on our What's On page here on the website and on our Facebook page for details.
Pilgrims by Matthew Kneale, who may be known to you for his novel English Passengers which won the Whitbread Book of the year in 2000. He is the son of Judith Kerr who wrote one of the most well-known children’s books The Tiger Who Came To Tea.
Rory Clements has published two series of books with historical themes. One series features the protagonist Professor Tom Wilde and is based around the espionage and events of World War II. His other series is the John Shakespeare books which are set in the sixteenth-century court of Elizabeth I.
The second in our series celebrating 50 years of the Scottish Pottery Society. This colourful and attractive pottery was made in Scotland from the 1830s to the 1930s and there will be lots of examples on show, from cheap and cheerful domestic ware to the more complex designs produced for export. Do pop in and have a look!
The Pittenweem Community Library and Information Centre AGM was held on Thursday 3 March. Click here to see the report and look at the slides.